Changing Your Program of Study

If you are a new student or a returning student who has had to apply for readmission to Memorial University, your e-mail account will receive confirmation of your eligibility to register with the date and time at which you may begin your registration, as well as your program of studies. This information is also available for all students through Memorial Self-Service (see Program of Study in the Academic Information Menu).

You should review the academic program information in this e-mailed confirmation or on Memorial Self-Service to confirm its accuracy. If you are a current student, you should use the Declaration/Change of Academic Program Form to declare your academic program or to make changes to your academic program. The form is available at the Office of the Registrar and the Academic Advising Centre in St. John's and the Office of the Registrar at Grenfell Campus, or you can download one of the following pdf files, as appropriate: Declaration/Change of Academic Program Form [Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences or Faculty of Science] or Declaration/Change of Academic Program Form [all programs] or Declaration/Change of Academic Program Form [Grenfell Campus] - (please note that if you download this file, you only need to print, fill out, and submit the first page and the page on which the section that applies to you is). Any changes to academic program information should be made by completing and returning a declaration/change of academic program form to the Office of the Registrar at least one week before registration, as eligibility for admission to some courses may be determined on the basis of the academic program information on file. Students pursuing a certificate program should also declare this on the declaration/change of academic program form.

If you are seeking admission to one of the following academic units, you must apply using the prescribed application form, in accordance with published application deadlines:

Business Administration, Education, Engineering and Applied Science, Fine Arts, Human Kinetics and Recreation, Marine Institute, Medicine, Music, Nursing, Pharmacy.